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Even Mice Belong In Heaven

WA Museum Boola Bardip Perth Cultural Centre, Perth WA 6000, Australia, Perth

Directed by Jan Bubenicek and Denisa Grimmova. A film about two mortal enemies - a little mouse Whizzy and Whitebelly the fox, who after an unfortunate accident, meet in animal heaven where they lose their natural instincts and become best friends. 

Killing The Eunuch Khan

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Abed Abest. A visually stunning narrative from Iran, a truly powerful exploration of war, family, and crime, for anyone interested in the possibilities of cinema this is essential viewing.

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Sissy

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Hannah Barlow and Kane Senes. Wellness and self-care influencer Cecilia runs into her former best friend Emma at the supermarket, rapidly reigniting their friendship. And then Cecilia goes to Emma’s bachelorette weekend… where she meets her former school bully. What follows is an astute, smart, and occasionally jaw-dropping, horror-thriller about remote locations, youthful transgressions, and influencers…

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Terra Femme

WA Museum Boola Bardip Perth Cultural Centre, Perth WA 6000, Australia, Perth

Directed by Courtney Stephens. Using archive footage and home movies, Terra Femme examines the history and experiences of women travellers.

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Planet X

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Maxence Vassilyevitch. Radiation from the sun has forced people into shelters during the day, escaping certain death. But what is happening to humanity, and what possibilities are there in this strange post-apocalyptic world?

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18 1/2

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Dan Mirvish. It’s 1974 and a White House transcriber has a copy of missing 18 1/2 minutes of Nixon tapes, but what can she do with them and what secrets do they hold?

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Flux Gourmet

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Peter Strickland. A surreal infused tale of sound, music, and food, Strickland’s latest feature unfolds in the halls of a rural artistic institute, as a trio of musicians explore food, sounds and performance under the gaze of the institute’s director, a journalist and a doctor.

Recurring

After Blue

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Bertrand Mandico. Set in a distant world, where only women can survive After Blue is an off-kilter quasi-psychedelic science fiction western adventure like nothing you’ve ever seen. 

The Passengers of The Night

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Mikhaël Hers. It’s 1981 and newly separated Elisabeth (Charlotte Gainsbourg) is having trouble sleeping, she’s running low on money and has two teenage children to care for.

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Hole In The Head

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Dean Kavanagh. The film combines drama, comedy and experimentation in telling the story of John Kline Jr, a mute projectionist whose parents vanished twenty-five years earlier.
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A Delicate Fire

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Constantine Costi. A visual and aural feast, A Delicate Fire combines the spectacle of cinema and the power of opera to create a work that pays homage to 17th century composer Barbara Strozzi.  

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Luzifer

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Peter Brunner. On a rural mountainside, a mother and son carve out an ascetic existence far removed from everyday convention. And then, one day, a drone emerges, hovering over their small farmhouse. Combining elements of psychological horror and drama, with a rich arthouse sensibility, Luzifer is a must see for anyone interested in existential fears and nightmares.

Where is Anne Frank?

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Ari Folman. A beautifully realised animated feature that explores Anne Frank’s life, her diary, and her legacy.

The Humans

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Feature Narrative / 2021 / USA / 108 min / Directed by Stephen Karam

Brigid and Richard have moved into a rundown Manhattan duplex. Before they’ve had time to settle, Brigid’s family visit for Thanksgiving.

Conversations, tensions, dramas slowly emerge, and all around them the duplex creeks, the very walls seem to echo with inexplicable sounds.

Adapted from his Tony Award winning theatrical production, Karam’s film is a masterpiece in tensions, deftly adding a cinematic quality to the unfolding psychological drama.

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Lonesome

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Craig Boreham. Fleeing a small-town scandal Casey finds himself in Sydney where he hooks up with Tib. Both young men are searching for something elusive while navigating their way through the inner-city queer scene.

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Freaks Out

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Gabriele Mainetti. As a small troupe of circus performers find themselves embroiled in the ever-expanding battle front of WW2 in Europe, a singular battle for the future of civilisation emerges in this sprawling big-screen fantasy.

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Paris Is In Harlem

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Christina Kallas. Paris Is In Harlem may be one of the best New York movies of recent years, its narrative weaves through situations and characters, that unfold with rare power and authenticity. Creating a vivid portrait of the city on the day the no dancing law was repealed in 2017, the ensemble cast, tight narrative, and naturalistic filmmaking create a beautifully realised film that feels truly alive.

Recurring

Even Mice Belong In Heaven

WA Museum Boola Bardip Perth Cultural Centre, Perth WA 6000, Australia, Perth

Directed by Jan Bubenicek and Denisa Grimmova. A film about two mortal enemies - a little mouse Whizzy and Whitebelly the fox, who after an unfortunate accident, meet in animal heaven where they lose their natural instincts and become best friends. 

Slaughterhouse-Five

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by George Roy Hill. Adapted from Kurt Vonnegut’s cult novel, Slaughterhouse-Five premiered at Cannes and won the Jury Prize.

Recurring

Terra Femme

WA Museum Boola Bardip Perth Cultural Centre, Perth WA 6000, Australia, Perth

Directed by Courtney Stephens. Using archive footage and home movies, Terra Femme examines the history and experiences of women travellers.

Recurring

Planet X

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Maxence Vassilyevitch. Radiation from the sun has forced people into shelters during the day, escaping certain death. But what is happening to humanity, and what possibilities are there in this strange post-apocalyptic world?

Recurring

Saint Narcisse

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Bruce LaBruce. Oozing with 70s aesthetic and LaBruce’s trademark fascination with B-cinema, this cracking addition to his oeuvre is described by The Guardian as “a sluttily sacrilegious story of incest, witches and wayward monks” and...well…that sums it up pretty well.

Recurring

Saint Narcisse

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Bruce LaBruce. Oozing with 70s aesthetic and LaBruce’s trademark fascination with B-cinema, this cracking addition to his oeuvre is described by The Guardian as “a sluttily sacrilegious story of incest, witches and wayward monks” and...well…that sums it up pretty well.

Recurring

A Pencil To The Jugular

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Matthew Victor Pastor. The film takes the audience through the empty streets of Melbourne and into apartments, creating psychogeography of the pandemic city and its inhabitants as their lives fall apart.

Cherubhead

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Sarah Legg. An ambitious debut feature from nineteen-year-old Legg, Cherubhead tells the story of a trio of young women staying in the holiday home of socialite Marie Annette who wants to adopt teenager Ellie.

The Humans

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Feature Narrative / 2021 / USA / 108 min / Directed by Stephen Karam

Brigid and Richard have moved into a rundown Manhattan duplex. Before they’ve had time to settle, Brigid’s family visit for Thanksgiving.

Conversations, tensions, dramas slowly emerge, and all around them the duplex creeks, the very walls seem to echo with inexplicable sounds.

Adapted from his Tony Award winning theatrical production, Karam’s film is a masterpiece in tensions, deftly adding a cinematic quality to the unfolding psychological drama.

Heavens Above (Nebesa)

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Directed by Srdjan Dragojevic. We love magical realism and fly that flag rather high year to year – and 2022 is no exception with several titles that take the bold step into the wilder sides of the imaginative experience. Heavens Above is one such title that not only bends expectation but film form.

Recurring

The Lonely Spirits Variety Hour

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Platon Theodoris. In a suburban garage, Neville Umbrellaman spends his evenings presenting his own radio show, broadcasting to the local community where Neville and his strange guests ruminate on all manner of topics, people perform, and events unfold. Meanwhile, elsewhere, another world slowly unfolds.

Recurring

Sissy

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Hannah Barlow and Kane Senes. Wellness and self-care influencer Cecilia runs into her former best friend Emma at the supermarket, rapidly reigniting their friendship. And then Cecilia goes to Emma’s bachelorette weekend… where she meets her former school bully. What follows is an astute, smart, and occasionally jaw-dropping, horror-thriller about remote locations, youthful transgressions, and influencers…

Recurring

Luzifer

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Peter Brunner. On a rural mountainside, a mother and son carve out an ascetic existence far removed from everyday convention. And then, one day, a drone emerges, hovering over their small farmhouse. Combining elements of psychological horror and drama, with a rich arthouse sensibility, Luzifer is a must see for anyone interested in existential fears and nightmares.

Recurring

Where is Anne Frank?

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Feature Narrative / 2021 / Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Israel / 99 min / Directed by Ari Folman

Ari Folman (The Congress, Waltz With Bashir) returns with a beautifully realised animated feature that explores Anne Frank’s life, her diary, and her legacy.

Recurring

Flux Gourmet

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Peter Strickland. A surreal infused tale of sound, music, and food, Strickland’s latest feature unfolds in the halls of a rural artistic institute, as a trio of musicians explore food, sounds and performance under the gaze of the institute’s director, a journalist and a doctor.

Recurring

A Pencil To The Jugular

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Matthew Victor Pastor. The film takes the audience through the empty streets of Melbourne and into apartments, creating psychogeography of the pandemic city and its inhabitants as their lives fall apart.

Recurring

Heavens Above (Nebesa)

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Feature Narrative / 2021 / Serbia, Germany, Slovenia / 120min / Directed by Srdjan Dragojevic

We love magical realism and fly that flag rather high year to year – and 2022 is no exception with several titles that take the bold step into the wilder sides of the imaginative experience. Heavens Above is one such title that not only bends expectation but film form.

Recurring

Paris Is In Harlem

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Christina Kallas. Paris Is In Harlem may be one of the best New York movies of recent years, its narrative weaves through situations and characters, that unfold with rare power and authenticity. Creating a vivid portrait of the city on the day the no dancing law was repealed in 2017, the ensemble cast, tight narrative, and naturalistic filmmaking create a beautifully realised film that feels truly alive.

The Humans

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Directed by Stephen Karam. Brigid and Richard have moved into a rundown Manhattan duplex. Before they’ve had time to settle, Brigid’s family visit for Thanksgiving.

Conversations, tensions, dramas slowly emerge, and all around them the duplex creeks, the very walls seem to echo with inexplicable sounds.

Adapted from his Tony Award winning theatrical production, Karam’s film is a masterpiece in tensions, deftly adding a cinematic quality to the unfolding psychological drama.

Bassendream

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Tim Barretto. It’s the last day of summer school holidays in 1990s Perth and over 24 hours, a kaleidoscopic chronicle of an ordinary suburb unfolds.

Recurring

The Lonely Spirits Variety Hour

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Platon Theodoris. In a suburban garage, Neville Umbrellaman spends his evenings presenting his own radio show, broadcasting to the local community where Neville and his strange guests ruminate on all manner of topics, people perform, and events unfold. Meanwhile, elsewhere, another world slowly unfolds.

Recurring

Freaks Out

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Gabriele Mainetti. As a small troupe of circus performers find themselves embroiled in the ever-expanding battle front of WW2 in Europe, a singular battle for the future of civilisation emerges in this sprawling big-screen fantasy.

Recurring

Hole In The Head

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Dean Kavanagh. The film combines drama, comedy and experimentation in telling the story of John Kline Jr, a mute projectionist whose parents vanished twenty-five years earlier.
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Shadow

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Bruce Gladwin. Produced by Geelong’s acclaimed Back to Back Theatre, and playing out like a live performance, this picture is produced and performed by a disabled team that sparkles throughout. One of our 2022 favourites.

Where is Anne Frank?

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Feature Narrative / 2021 / Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Israel / 99 min / Directed by Ari Folman

Ari Folman (The Congress, Waltz With Bashir) returns with a beautifully realised animated feature that explores Anne Frank’s life, her diary, and her legacy.

Recurring

Heavens Above (Nebesa)

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Feature Narrative / 2021 / Serbia, Germany, Slovenia / 120min / Directed by Srdjan Dragojevic

We love magical realism and fly that flag rather high year to year – and 2022 is no exception with several titles that take the bold step into the wilder sides of the imaginative experience. Heavens Above is one such title that not only bends expectation but film form.

Bassendream

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Feature Narrative / 2022 / Australia / 80min / Directed by Tim Barretto

It’s the last day of summer school holidays in 1990s Perth and over 24 hours, a kaleidoscopic chronicle of an ordinary suburb unfolds.

Edward and Isabella

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Adam Morris. The film follows a couple as they contemplate their relationship. It eschews the clichés of the genre as the protagonists trace their way through a weekend away.

Recurring

18 1/2

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Dan Mirvish. It’s 1974 and a White House transcriber has a copy of missing 18 1/2 minutes of Nixon tapes, but what can she do with them and what secrets do they hold?

Recurring

Lonesome

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Craig Boreham. Fleeing a small-town scandal Casey finds himself in Sydney where he hooks up with Tib. Both young men are searching for something elusive while navigating their way through the inner-city queer scene.

Flesh For Frankenstein 3D

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Paul Morrissey. Legendary filmmaker Paul Morrissey’s Flesh For Frankenstein – also known as Andy Warhol’s Frankenstein – is considered a masterpiece of midnight movie / cult cinema. Originally released in both regular and 3D versions, the print screening tonight is in glorious 3D!

Recurring

A Delicate Fire

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Constantine Costi. A visual and aural feast, A Delicate Fire combines the spectacle of cinema and the power of opera to create a work that pays homage to 17th century composer Barbara Strozzi.  

Recurring

Saint Narcisse

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Bruce LaBruce. Oozing with 70s aesthetic and LaBruce’s trademark fascination with B-cinema, this cracking addition to his oeuvre is described by The Guardian as “a sluttily sacrilegious story of incest, witches and wayward monks” and...well…that sums it up pretty well.

The Passengers of The Night

Luna on SX 13 Essex Street, Fremantle, WA

Feature Narrative / 2022 / France / 111min / Directed by Mikhaël Hers

It’s 1981 and newly separated Elisabeth (Charlotte Gainsbourg) is having trouble sleeping, she’s running low on money and has two teenage children to care for.

Recurring

After Blue

Luna Leederville 155 Oxford Street, Leederville, WA

Directed by Bertrand Mandico. Set in a distant world, where only women can survive After Blue is an off-kilter quasi-psychedelic science fiction western adventure like nothing you’ve ever seen.